Man victim of Medieval crime
•LILBURN - An employee of Medieval Times on Friday reported a co-worker stole money from him after he invited a group from the restaurant and entertainment business at Discover Mills to his apartment.
The victim invited nine co-workers to spend the night at his residence at Brentwood Downs Apartments at 1221 Lake Knoll Drive. When he went to sleep, the victim left his wallet in a pair of jeans, according to a police report.
He awoke the next morning to find the jeans missing and his wallet on the kitchen counter. Between $800 and $1,000 was stolen from the wallet, the police report stated. The victim was not sure which of the co-workers could have taken the money.
Vandals spray graffiti on home
•LOGANVILLE - A Loganville man's home in Timberlake Cove subdivision was vandalized last week with hate-filled graffiti.
The victim called police Monday to report someone painted something on his mailbox and also scrawled a racial slur in front of his house. The victim is white, but his girlfriend and his daughter-in-law are black and his grandchildren are of mixed races, according to the police report.
The victim was concerned because he is often away from home several days a week and he feared the graffiti could become a recurring problem. A next-door neighbor cleaned up the racial slur before police could photograph it.
The victim was advised to contact police if the vandalism occurs again.
Woman scares off burglar
•BUFORD - A 65-year-old woman scared off a burglar Monday at her house on Skylar Leigh Drive in Providence Crossing subdivision.
The woman heard a loud bang from the basement at 9 a.m. and opened the door to see a strange man walking up the stairs, according to a police report. When the suspect saw her, he ran back down the stairs and out of the basement.
The woman looked out the window to see the suspect and another man run through a hole in the fence and leave in a white passenger car. The thief kicked in the door to gain entry and stole about 20 Playstation video games before fleeing the house.
Both suspects were described as black men with short black hair wearing long, baggy black T-shirts. They were between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall and weighed 180 to 200 pounds, the police report stated.
- From staff reports